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Ipswich Town 2 v 1 Accrington Stanley
SkyBet League One
Saturday, 22nd January 2022 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 23rd January but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Christian Walton7.2
Janoi Donacien6.8
Luke Woolfenden7.2
George Edmundson6.8
Wes Burns7.1
Samy Morsy7.3
Tom Carroll6.3
Kane Vincent-Young6.5
Bersant Celina7.6
Conor Chaplin7.5
Macauley Bonne6.2
James Norwood6.0
Tyreeq Bakinson6.0
Kayden Jackson5.1
5.3Toby Savin
4.8Mitchell Clark
5.1Jay Rich-Baghuelou
5.0Michael Nottingham
4.9Yeboah Amankwah
4.4Harry Pell
5.3Matt Butcher
4.8Ethan Hamilton
4.5John O'Sullivan
5.3Colby Bishop
5.2Sean McConville
4.3Lewis Mansell
4.3Rosaire Longelo
4.4David Morgan

Referee4.0 
Match Rating6.3 


Your Ipswich Town v Accrington Stanley Match Reports

LegendofthePhoenix added 17:51 - Jan 22

Superb passing today, and despite a shaky start showed resilience and determination to take control. Not a poor performance in the team. Some beautiful balls from Tom Carroll which was a lovely surprise. Morsy was everywhere and for me was MoM. Bersant was always a threat. Great strike for the goals from Wes and Conor. Up the football league we go.
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BlueySwede added 18:36 - Jan 22

We still look a bit shaky when put under pressure, but hopefully McKenna will put things wright. We have some great quality in the team, just time to let it show. Three wins in four is a good start from our new manager.
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Linkboy13 added 19:05 - Jan 22

You could see today why Accrington are such a hard team to beat on their own ground. Today we probably picked our smallest team of the season against one of the biggest teams and at times it caused us problems especially from set pieces. McKenna i think will be trying to work on our play when we haven't got the ball. When we have got the ball we are a joy to watch at times. Celina today looked a class above league one and also done his fair share of tracking back. Chaplin was always at the heart of things and McKenna would have been delighted by his work rate too. KVY showed some of the old form we know him for and looked quick and dangerous at times.
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Pilgrimblue added 20:21 - Jan 22

Thank goodness for Celina and Chaplin. Despite his goal Burns wasted two equally good chances , all he needed to do was to get control and get by defender which he normally does without any trouble. It would have taken a lot of heat off the team.
Thought Ref was very weak and allowed too much pressure from AS players. They were falling over at the lightest touch but if Ref had put his foot down and yellow carded for wasting time maybe they would have thought twice before falling over!!
We rarely play well against big sides so very pleased we did! 3 wins out of 4 can't be bad but next two are going to tel us whether we'll be in the shake up.
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Robert_Garrett added 21:22 - Jan 22

Thrills and spills every second of the way - its never dull is it? Its all in hte head now - they can perform excellently but need to know that it can be done.
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timleatham added 15:13 - Jan 23

Tough match against an form team who have troubled all the top teams in the league. Norwood unlucky to be on the bench however great performance from Chaplin and Celina. Thought KVY had a great game at left wing back and could be the solution to a position we have struggled with this season. Wolfy was a colossus at the back and pretty much won all his balls. My MOM goes to Celina for his creativity and passing, and he created the goal for Burns. Everyone played well and nice to see how well Carroll slotted in to the midfield at short notice. Some of his passing was top drawer. Fingers crossed for another good performance at Wimbledon and three points.
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